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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER ' 1,1940

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WHERE'S THE $100?
Fame and Fortune Find
Law Student---by Accident
4)

What's Up in the Dorms Fraternities Pledge Record-Breaking Total of 535 Men

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(Editor's note: All residence halls,
league houses, sororities, fraternities,
co-ops and other University-approved
houses desiring information or wish-
ing to contribute to What's Up in the
Dorms should contact Dolores Pa-
lanker at The Daily or 105 Betsy Bar-
bour.)
Cooley House, East Quad, an-

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William Wiegand, freshman in
L w School, won $100 in a short
story contest and didn't find out
about it for over three months.
He wrote a story entitled "For
They Shall Inherit the Earth" and
submitted it last March in a con-
test sponsored by Story Magazine.
That was the last he heard of the
'story' until two weeks ago.
STORY MAGAZINE is largely
sold by subscription. There are
seldom over 50 copies on news-
stands even in large cities like De-
troit, so Wiegand never happened
to notice the summer issue which
printed his story, along with his
announcement as winner.
Dick Kraus, former Daily
sports editor, and a ,master of
the short story in his own right,
noticed Wiegand's winning entry
and congratulated the author
when they met on the street this
fall shortly after school opened.
Wiegand was dumbfounded. He
hunted all over Ann Arbor' for a
copy but couldn't find one. Then
he setbhis parents in Detroit on the
trail. But they couldn't find a
copy either. Finally one showed up
in the Hopwood Room.
* * *
"THEY STILL haven't notified
me officially that I won," he says.
"So far the $100 is just a myth."
Wiegand won Hopwood awards

Iaily-Heggem
WILLIAM WIEGAND
... three month wait
* * *
last spring both in minor drama
and essay. He has been writing
stories ever since high school,
and took a freshman Hopwood
prize his first year at the Uni-
versity.
The prize winning story was or-
iginally written for Prof. Bader's
creative writing course.

Gopher Game
Ticket Sales
With prospects of seeing an-
other thriller in Minnesota like
last Saturday's Purdue game,
ticket sales for the Michigan-Min-
nesota tilt began booming.
The train-game combination
tickets are available at the Wol-
verine Club booth in University
Hall according to Don Greenfield,
member of the organization spon-
soring the student special.
THE WOLVERINE CLUB has
outdone itself in making the best
transportation arrangements for
Michigan travelers. By taking the
special, students save over $16 on
the regular fare to Minneapolis.
The reduced rate is $36.50 for the
round trip and game tickets, or
separate from tickets may be pur-
chased for $33.
Although there is a minimum
in cost, there will be a maxi-
mum of luxury. New stainless
steel coaches are scheduled to
take students from Ann Arbor
to Chicago, where they will
transfer to the new vista dome
cars for the remainder of the
trip.
The time table indicates that
the group leaves Ann Arbor Fri-
day morning at 7:15 and arrives
in Minneapolis 7 p.m. the same
evening. On the return trip the de-
parture is scheduled for 7:30 a.m.
Sunday, pulling into Ann Arbor
around 8 p.m.
Naval Conference
A group of 40 naval tank ex-
perts from the United States and
Canada are on campus for the
8th American Towing Tank Con-
ference this week.
They will discuss the problems
of testing boat models in naval
tanks.
Latin Americans
The Latin American Society
will hold an opening meeting at
7:30 p.m. today in the Rackham
phitheatre.

nounces the following officers for
the fall semester: Jim Van Veen,
president; John Veljan, secretary;
Bill Markey, treasurer; Gene Leis-
seai, athletic chairman; Lloyd Ap-
pell, East Quad representative;
George Linabury, academic chair-
man; and Hyman Berman and
Frank Van Schoik, East Quad
councilmen.
* * *
A plaque will be presented some-
time next Month to Cooley House
in memory of Mortimer Elwyn
Cooley, dean emeritus in the col-
leges of engineering and archi-
tecture from 1928 until his death,
for whom the house was named.
Two replacements have been
made to the original list of offi-
cers from Club 730 since they
were first published in Th Daily.
The new officials are John W.
Hall, president, who replaces
Roger DeMeritt, promoted to the
staff, and Eugene Hannahs, who
replaces Lee Smith as treasurer.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin/ should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of
the Assistant to the President, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the
day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 19
Notices
School of Business Administra-
tion. Faculty meeting Tues., Oct.
12, 7 p.m., Rm. 170 B.A.
Group Hospitalization and Surgi-
cal Service
During the periods from Octo-
ber 5 through October 15, the
University Business Office (Room
9, University Hall), will accept
new applications as well as re-
quests for changes in contracts
now in effect. These new appli-
cations and changes become ef-
fective Dec. 5, with the first pay-
roll deduction on Nov. 30. After
Oct. 15, no new applications or
changes can be accepted until
April 1949.
Certificate of Eligibility for par-
ticipation in non--athletic ex-
tracurricular activities may be se-
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(Continued from Page 1)
ton H. Speer, William Stapp, John
P. Stoketee, Charles E. VanDuren,
James K. Watson.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
Jerome M. Simpson.
DELTA TAU DELTA
Charles S. Adams, Stuart S.
Adamson, Robert M. Bay, Dan L.
Cain, Richard E. Conn, William
W. Cruise, Lawrence Doolittle,
Thomas F. Gorton, Edward L. Ku-
zanek, William Matthews, Robert
Gene Mills, Van B. Monroe, John
A. Osmundsen, Peter Palmer, John
W. Purvis, John W. Raseman,
Henry R. Schmidt, Richard J.
Sexton, Robert A. Shetler, Wil-
liam R. Strause, Richard W. Tink-
er, A. Gerald Van Syoc.
DELTA UPSILON
James- W. Browne, John C.
Brumbaugh, Winton L. Crawford,
Clifford L. Fawl, Robert Jenkins,
James R. Johnson, Robert Knode,
Edward S. Parker, James A. Parkc-
er, Maurice C. Perkins, Jr., Rich-
ard A. Peterson, Daniel C. Sayles,
Frederick T. Sparrow, James Stal-
ker, Charles S. Stanulis, Sanford
M. Tweedie.
KAPPA NU
Stuart J. Bergstein, Norman I.
Brock, Herbert A. Brode, Henry
Green, Milton M. Green, Norman
Klein, Robert Layton, Francis R.
Stark, Marshall Weingarden.
KAPPA SIGMA
James Brady, Richard D.
Brown, William H;. Cartwright,
Morse W. Davis, Charles Feder-
spiel, Harold G. Ford, Jr., Douglas
B. Harrington, Donald W. Heaton,
Franklin Hettinger, George W.
Hornett, James Hotchkiss, Bart-
lett Kerfoot, Fay Knapp, Thomas
P. Lueders, Murray McConnel,
James L. Mitts, Robert J. Moffat,
James P. Rogers, Kurt A. Soehn-
1 gen, John D. Summers, John H.
Sweeney.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
John M. Harper, John Padjen,
Jr., William H. Thompson.
PHI DELTA THETA
Littleton Backus, George M.
Broderick, Edward Roy Duff, Car-
los W. Ellson, Carl A. Emmert,
John Ghindia, Gerald A. Haan,
David F. Hanson, Herman J.
Heinemann, Robert ,F. Hoover,
Frank E. Huber, Jay Ingrahan,
Robert H. Johns, Earl G. Keim,
Ralph Kenyon, Charles Lentz,
Robert M. McVey, Robert E.
Mitchell, Daniel A. Nesbitt, Man-
uel Papista, William E. Peterson,
Jr., William J. Petter, Robert A.
Smith, Edmund J. Tucker, George
Valassis, Maurice J. Vander
Veen, Herbert R. Whitecraft,
Richard W. Young.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
George L. Allen, Philip C. An-
derson, John Armbruster III, Ar-

art H. Commett, William J. Dib-
ble, Charles B. Emery, William B.
Hickman, Richard S. Howell, Wil-
liam R. Loveless, Robert E. Mc-
Guire, Spencer W. Parsons, George
Qua, Charles R. Spross, Thomas
L. Tierman, Neale T. Traves.
PHI KAPPA PSI
Edwin Corlett, Donald Ennis,
James Ensign, Wood Geist, Rob-
ert Halbrook, Jr., John Hallitt,
Hoit Miller, Richard T. Palmer,
George Swintz, Robert Zimmer-
man.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Robert P. Carr, Douglas D. Geib,
William H. Hoffman, Jr., Frank A.
Maravitch, Jr., Robert A. San-
regret.
PHI KAPPA TAU
Robert Drouillard, Robert L.
Granacher, Donald J. Shea, John
Sturm, Thomas N. Tillman, David
Tyson, Leonard Wilcox.
PHI SIGMA DELTA
Byrle M. Abbin, Norman L. Ar-
mour, Stanford D. Beerman, An-
thony Block, Elliot I. Cooper,
James C. Cowen, Stephen A.
Davis, Jerome Halperin, Robert M.
Horwitch, Charles M. Hyman,
Arnold Knepfer, Lowell B. Komie,
Walter Lichtenson, Victor Olkhov-
sky, Herbert B. Packard, Carl H.
Paddor, Michael Schwartz, David
I. Rich, Sumner J. Winebaum,
Berel L. Abrams.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
Ralph P. Barrett, John K. Bau-
man, Harry R. Corey, Robert H.
Corey, Charles Dixon, James C.
Fitch, Richard K. Flood, David P.
Jahsman, Robert Kamienic,
James H. Kaye, Harry C. Mack,
Martin E. Messner, George M.
Muehlhauser, Philip Nestor, Nor-
man A. Pontius, Arthur C. Rich-
ards, Frederick O. Rouse, Thomas
H. Shilson, Jonathan H. Slater,
David S. Thompson, Theodore A.
Urban.
PI LAMBDA PHI
Stanford M. Brown, Jerome S.
Fanger, Bram J. Goldman, Law-
rence Gottlieb, Irwin J. Joeger,
Lewis R. Jaffe, Issac N. Kantor,
Robert M. Kaplan, Ioward J.
Markus, Joseph M. Michaels, The-
odore L. Munsat, James E. Peter-
man, Walter J. Rubiner, James B.
Saag, Marvin S. Sallen, Robert S.
Welber.
PSI UPSILON
Willard C. Carpenter, Jr., Rich-
ard G. Griffith, William B. Huf-
ferd, John R. LaParl, David D.
Miller, Charles J. Moss, Richard S.
Ratcliff, Thatcher W. Root, Jack-
son W. Smart, Jr., George K. Wer-
ner, Charles R. York, Michael S.
Wright.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Thomas N. Clark, Lawrence E.
Dorr, John J. Dyer, Edward T.
Gibbs, Robert A. Kelley, Leslie E.
Lance, John C. LaRue, Robert W.

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D. Rutherford, Charles A. Salotti,
Charles F. Schirmeister, William
ErSchttlz.
SIGMA ALPHA MU
Earold N. Blumeno, Stephen A.
Bromberg, Mervin L. Ezray, Albert
Friedman, Alvord S. Goldman,
Goldman, Leonard A. Greenbaum,
Richard M. Karoff, Stanley H.
Kreitman, Lowell J. Kramer, Je-
rome Margolin, William M. Mazer,
Lawrence J. Meisner, Howard A.
Michalson, Jerrold L. Morris, Rob-
ert M. Radner, David M. Robino-
witz, Robert L. Ruskin, Burton A.
Sa.gansky, Robert L. Siegel, Harvey
L. Weiner, Walter H. Weiner,
Samuel C. Wolf, Stanford Wolf,
Bruce L. Zenkel.
SIGMA CHI
Jay R. Angle, Jerome M. Burns,
Roderick K. Daane, James A. Har-
sant, Patrick A. Heck, Stanley F.
Johnson, Carl M. Kaltwasser, Wil-
liam Konrad, David L. Neisch,
Thomas F. Olin, Stanford C. Stod-
dard, Thedore L. Trost, Jr., Henry
F. Tyson, Jr., David H. Watson.
SIGMA PHI
William H. Finlayson, Richard
M. Fletcher, Robert E. Hicks, Alex-
ander H. MacMillan, James R.
McReynolds, James B. Moran, Wil-
liam P. Plumb, Thomas H. Rod-
erick, Donald F. Seaton, Jr., The-
odore Tapping.
SIGMA NU
Lewis K. Borgerson, James B.
Burdeaux, Carl R. Danielson,
Richard Dobson, John W. Goer-
ing, Charles M. Hammond, Roger
Kinnear, James MacConnachie,
James C. Streicher,
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Walker L. Alexander, Wayne B.
Andlerson, John H. Boardman, Da-
vid D. Bratton, David C. Camp-
bell, Harry M. Dolny, Charles Wil-
liam Goff, Leland S. Goldner,
Richard D. Heenan, Charles E.
Heil; Howard M. Low, Bernard C.
Ndgelsvoort, Richard B. Nissley,
Dougas J. Putnam, Ross B.
Stone.
THEtA CHI
Norman E. Boettcher, Robert
Cary, Amato Contino, Bradford
C. E~tep, Robert S. Fleming, An-
drew' E. Groef, Jr., Richard M.
Hewitt, Kenneth B. Holden, Bruce
E: Johnson, Philip G. Johnson,
A beautiful assortment of
GREETING CARDS
made by RUSTCRAFT
Order your Christmas Cards
early. Also lovely gift
wrappings and ribbon.
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SERVICE CO.
111 South Fourth Street

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Dale Larson, James H. LoPrete,
John D. McGrae, Charles H. Ort
mann, John Pfluke, Richard F.
Roti, Paul Sage, Raymond H. Saw-
usch, Harold Singer, James Skala,
Edward B. Smith, Jr., Harold K.
Sperlich, Richard H. Varian.
THETA DELTA CHI
Robert J. Banser, John H. Berg-
strom, John L. Carlson, Roger A.
Crabb, Hugh L. Dill, Donald R. El-
zinga, Eugene R. Elzinga, Calvert
H. Fletcher, William C. Hamilton,
Jr., Frederick B. Ittner, Bernard
P. Jennett, Arthur F. Lamey, Jr.,
Doniel C. Probert, William P.
Webb, Charles House.
THETA XI
Paul A. Anderson, Harold J.
Begrow, Robert Chesebrough,
Charles H. Clarke, Robert G. Crav-
er, Donald F. Eifert, Frank J.
Heidler, John Lawrence, Richard
F. Leonard, Ross J. Licero, Thomas
E. Redmond, Theodore C. Taylor.
TRIANGLE
George L. Barker, Anthony B.
Carnevale, Russel C. Corbin, Jo-
seph J. Isole, Mark H. Sluis.
TRIGON'
William M. Bonkowski, Robert
A. Holmes, Hampton W. Irwin,
Henry Milck, William C. Sharpe,
B. Allen Townsend.
ZETA BETA TAU
Stanley B. Cohen, Joel M. Dal-
kin, Samuel L. Ettman, John L.
Greenberg, Sidney R. Greenberg,
Gerald J. Helfenbein, Joseph W.
Hirshorn, Harris Kohn, Barry Le-
vey, Larry A. Levy, Gene I. Mesh,
Morris H. Passer, Robert Pick,
Herman H. Pickus, Jr., Lawrence
Ravick, Farrel Rubenstein Allen
S. Schwartzberg, Raymond G. Sla-
vin, Irving Stenn, Thomas Unger-
leider, Stuart H. Winkelman.
ZETA PSI
Jerome R. Baird, Kirke W. Com-
stock, Jr., John W. Crawford,
Richard C. Creal, Charles A. Fro-
man, George R. Gillooly, Dorr W.
Grover, Bruce D. Herrigel, Thomas
F. Hewes, Robert L. Johnson,
Frank V. Linn, David S. Living-
stone, Frank F. Maple, Robert C.
Mazurek, Harold H. Miller, Wil-
liam C. Neil, Jr., John M. Olson,
James R. Pollum, William H.
Race, Charles R. Remen, Lloyd N.
Wheeler.

Hiawatha Club is Northern Link

Every fall, from out of the land
of the tall pines in Michigan's
Upper Peninsula, comes a long
caravan of 'U' students to begin
their winter's hibernation here in
Ann Arbor.
For more than 100 of these stu-
dents, Hiawatha Club offers them
a chance to keep in close contact
with their native regions.
* * *
THE CLUB, composed exclu-.
sively of students from the Upper
Peninsula, was organized in 1937
to bring about a closer relation-

ship between Michigan alumni
living in the northland and the
students here.
The activities of the Hiawatha
tribe are primairily social, in-
cluding a big student-alumni
Christmas Dance held every
year near Crystal Falls and an
outing held at the Michigan
Fresh Air Camp.
Another one of the major proj-
ects of the club is to stimulate in-
terest in the aiding of students
from Upper Peninsula by alumni
clubs.

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ONE OF THE
FINEST WAR NOVELS TO DATE:
THE YOUNG LIONS
by Irvin Shaw
$3.95
IN OUR LENDING LIBRARY
OR IN OUR NEW SALE SECTION
COON'S BOOK STORE

FOR SALE
LATEST Model General Motors -Frigi-
daire, 6 cu. ft. 2-7168 after 5. )24
MEN'S balloon tire 'Bike, three weeks
old, $67.00 new, priced to sell now.
Call Ward Opdyke, 2-3061 evenings.)26
1948 MERCURY convertible, maroon, all
extras, 9000 miles, best offer over
$2350. Phone 2-4165. )16
FOR SALE: 150 Conn B flat wood clar-
inet. Like new. Only $85. Ph. 3-1511,
Ext. 2466. )18
FOR SALE: $188 Meal Contract. near
campus on Tappan. Will offer 20%
discount. Phone 9434. )19
HIGH SCORING STADIUM FASHIONS
Come in and get your particular
grandstand styles at the
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP )1
TYPEwRITER-Factory rebuilt. Guar-
anteed 1 year. Also language type
machine $50 and up. Portables. Aero
Radio, 335 S. Main. )28
FUR COAT-Lovely silverblue muskrat.
Annis. Like new. Size 16. New style.
Selling below half original price. Call
2-9538. )23
2 BICYCLES--One standard men's bal-
loon tire; one new Raleigh Sports
Model. 515 N. Division, Tuesday al-
ternoon or evening, or call 5728. )20
VIRGIN WOOL BLANKETS
Your favorite clan plaid for Saturday's
game, for your bed, for a picnic or
your car. $4.95 and $9.95.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )2
CUSHMAN Motor Scooter. Airbourn
model, Large tires. barrel springs,
practically new, fine condition. Con-
tact Fred Butt, Phone 2-3143. )4
COVERT SUIT, size 37-Long, worn dozen
times. Made by S. L. Bird, Detroit.
Originally $65, now $45. Ph. Guy Reem,
Ypsi 3545-J1 )14
1.4 CARAT Diamond Engagement Ring
in platinum setting with twelve small
diamonds. $950. Box 144, Michigan
Daily. )15
ENLARGER-Omega D-2, 35 mm. to 4x5,
like new, with lens, 4 extra negative
carriers and matching easel. Call
2-1923 after 6. )12
BABY PARAKEETS-Beautiful singing
canaries. Bird supplies and cages.
Ruffins Melody Bird Shop, 562 S. 7th.
)18
CAR-"Olds" 37, motor very recently
overhauled, 4 new tires, 2 good spares,
radio and heater; good-looking body.
Pnnh- wapn R-00 nn m. - 10n nm.

FOR SALE
STUDENT will sell either 1948 English
Austin sedan or 1948 Plymouth con-
vertible. Both have low mileage, fully
equipped. Reasonable. Ed Morhous.
700 S. State, Ph. 2-3297 daytime or
1220W, Ypsi after 5 p.m. )25
YES, we have Newform Slips!'
Both the tailored and lacy styles
in the perfect fitting Burmel* crepe
$3.95 to $5.95. Size 32-38, 11-15
RANDALL'S
306 South State Street )3
BUSINESS SERVICES
ALTERATIONS - Restyling -Custom
clothes, Hildegarde Shoppe, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669. )1B
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Ph. 2-9020. )3B
BOUGHT AND SOLD-Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
Store, 122 E. Washington. )5B
TYPING SERVICE
Will call for and deliver
1820 Pontiac Phone 4798
)7B
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
Standards - Portables
Sold - Rented - Repaired
We also buy used typewriters
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
)2B
SENIORS!!! You must keep the ap-
pointment you made for your senior
picture. If you have not made an
appointment, make it any afternoon
this week, second floor of the Student
Publications Building from two to
five p.m. )8B
PERSONAL
All Sigma Pi men on campus contact
Bob Snowberger, immediately. 715
Miller, Phone 2-5684. )5P
I WOULD appreciate receiving anyone's
views on racial discrimination and/
or segregation, write Box 143, Michi-
gan Daily. )4P
CLIFF HOFF ORCH.
Judy Pardee, Vocalist, will make
your party a success. Ph. 2-8808
3P
SENIORS!
Your pictures for the 1949 Michigan-
enslan are now being taken. Make
your appointment any afternoon this
week from 2-5. Call 2-6482 for infor-
mation .Ensian Offine.-Studrnte Pnh-

STUDENT desires garage space within
1% miles of Law Quad. Car used
weekends only! Ph. 4145, Rm. K41. )1N
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Thursday last, large black and
orange wooden pen. Family heirloom,
much personal value to owner. Call
4211, Warren Wepman. ) 3L

WANTED TO RENT

MISCELLANEOUS

HAVE FOUR Tickets to Northwestern
game to trade for four tickets to any
other home game. Phone Ypsi 806,
Mr. Saylor. )1M
WANTED
2 TO 4 TICKETS to Northwestern game.
Together or in pairs. Call 5671, ask
for Coke. If not in, leave name or
number. )1J
GOOD DEAL-Man wanted to substi-
tute as waiter at fraternity house on
weekends, for meals. Call Tom Corn,
2-3061. evenings. )J1Wj

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LOST-Gold lapel pin with amber
rhinestones. Vicinity of Liberty
Fifth Ave.dReward. Call 2-2713,
tween 5 and 7 p.m.

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